Students’ Green Unit: Students shaping sustainability through behavioural change The Students’ Green Unit bridges the gap between student action and academic...
Students have benefitted from experiencing practical, outdoor activities that are environmentally sound and of benefit to the wider community.
GUEST is a student led environmental sustainability body who strive to engage the broader University community to promote ecological awareness and positive environmental action
From saving electricity to increasing biodiversity and pioneering the use of organic calico, Rachel engages community members, students and staff from diverse disciplines
‘A building is only as green as the people are’. This motto, created during the year, epitomises OGEC. There will always be a limit to a buildings effect on a...
Met MUnch is a student-led food network with a passion for food! It brings affordable, nutritional, local and sustainable food to student communities and beyond
Using Benjamin Franklin’s premise “Involve Me and I’ll Learn”, the College has actively involved students in a number of projects, events and activities...
The Higher Education Procurement Academy has worked with the City of Glasgow College to develop a series of online learning courses, specifically aimed at procurement.
NUS conducts monthly surveys among students to gauge opinions on a range of issues, some of which related to climate change and sustainability.
In September 2014, we sought a student representative to be a Guest on the EAUC Board of Trustees to ensure our continued success and to maintain representation from everyone...
The Winners' Brochure for the International Green Gown Awards 2014 which brings together the finalists and winners of these Awards which are growing globally.
The video of the live streaming of the 2014 International Green Gown Awards which took place in Hobart, Australia at the ACTS Conference.
University of Glasgow have been using WARPit to reuse and recycle items in their institute. Here are a couple of examples of the pictures used to engage with students and staff.
UCU has been involved in the production 2 x 5 minutes videos that illustrate the award winning work we have been doing in SW London
A video created as a snapshot of the EAUC Annual Conference 2014 at Nottingham Trent University.
Since its launch in 2014 the Working on Waste campaign has engaged with nearly 2 million people nationwide, raising employee awareness of household food waste and sharing tips...
The results of a survey about recycling activity that could help universities plan their engagement for Freshers’ Week
Presentation from 18th EAUC Annual Conference 2014 by Dr. Louise Ellis, Head of Sustainability and James Dixon-Gough, Sustainability Officer, University Leeds.
A presentation from the 2014 Conference about developing a training package to help deliver your sustainability goals using LSE and UCL as case studies.
Presentation, by Kirsti Norris and Andrea Gewessler, from 18th EAUC Annual Conference 2014 on engaging students through Student Wisdom Councils.